The Chili Diet Pill, Capsiplex
This is the time of year when the diet and slimming industry at their busiest – New year Resolutions in most cases are centred around self-improvement with losing weight second only to quitting smoking.
A new product that has just emerged with a significant amount of publicity is Capsiplex, the so called chili diet pill.
Capsiplex is combination of chili and capsicum – the producers (Scotland based Advanced Health Limited) claim the diet pill can burn as many calories as you would from Jogging for twenty-five minutes or briskly walking for an hour and a half
The makers also claim that in clinical trials subjects burned 278 more calories that regular exercise and 12 times more calories after exercise.
The advertising blurb also claim that it has a wide usage in Hollywood with high profile celebrities such as Britney Spears, Brad Pitt and J-Lo amongst its users.
How Does The Chili Pill Work
The two main ingredients included are chili and capsicum.
Capsicum Extract, it is claimed, can suppress appetite and also raise the metabolic rate, burn excess calories, reduce body mass and reduce body fat.
Chili has been linked to weight loss for decades – the problem until now is the ingesting of a high concentration without causing gastric irritation. A special coating has now been introduced to eradicate this problem.
Does It Work
The problem with Capsiplex is that it is billed as new and revolutionary. A new product it may be but its hardly revolutionary.
The marketing material does make some pretty compelling claims with regard to scientific proof without actually providing any real evidence of this.
Until some tangible evidence is released look elsewhere.
Other Diet Pills To Consider
Hoodia Gordonii has been available to buy over the counter for a little over 10 years – there have been numerous scientific reports supported by clinical evidence about its effect on suppressing the appetite and reducing calorie intake.
Hoodia is the most widely used natural diet pill currently available
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